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a broadcast saying, don't go to this garage? >> we didn't use this, it was a localized incident. >> reporter: the chief says there are extra patrols. in the garage, we saw the parking personnel walking the floors. this afternoon, an e-mail goes out to those on campus. all, not enough information to calm the fears. >> maybe it's not that secure? >> reporter: the man was 48 and he was assaulted getting out of his mercedes. the keys were in the i think in addition. he was shot in the back and his condition is upgraded from critical to series. reporting downtown, i'm mike schuh, eyewitness news. >>> thank you, mike. the police say there have been two violent incidents on the campus in the past two years. >>> the huge storm that ripped through parts of virginia was a tornado. in the video, you can see the twister and threatening clouds as the storm blew through on thursday. the tornado touched down and caused the damage. no one was seriously injured. >>> a new space telescope is a step closer to heading into orbit. nasa says the jane web space telescope will be ready for launch in 2018. officials
. they've told us, they know it won't bring back their father. >>> this 87-year-old survived the depression and combat during world war ii, now, a bite of breakfast may be what killed him. >> the numbers have me just in awe. there are a million and a half cantaloupe and my father ate one of the can't lope. >> her dad gained 9 pounds in days and he died six days later. >> he said, i'm going to see you tomorrow. that's when he passed, at night. >> reporter: he tested positive for lysteria. >> what does this mean? >> reporter: one of 17 deaths linked to the cantaloupe contaminations. >> the first few weeks i couldn't have breakfast, he wasn't sitting there. >> reporter: this farm is the source of the out break. by taking action, they're hoping they can prevent this from happening again. >> it would give meaning to his passing away if we could have somebody not get sick. >> reporter: the cases linked to the cantaloupes have been found in 19 states and several other families filed lawsuits against the farm. >>> and the farms won't comment about the out break because of a pending l
will definitely want to reach out for a jacket. the urologist tim williams will tell us why. eyewitness news saturday morning is seconds away, but first here is sharon. >> if you are ready to get into the spirit of hauling, let's take a coast league tour. we will tell you all about it. eyewitness news is seconds away. >> this is wjz tv. wjz hd, and wjz.com. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's new station. >> good morning. welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i am gigi barnett. >> and i'm tim williams. editors and 30s and 40s around the region. a chilly start to the day. not as many clubs out there today as there were yesterday. some clouds found their way in north and west of the city and down toward the bout way. -- toward the bout way. we are looking at sunshine. it's just a gorgeous start to the day, but it is very chilly. temperature 38 degrees. we are at 39 out 10, 46 dc, 39 in oakland. anytime we are the same temperature in oakland, one of us is going to be pretty chilly. typically, it's going to be the metro area.
welcome some familiar faces back to baltimore. sports director gets us ready with a showdown with the jets. as. >>> and taking a live look with a cloudy, cold morning. meteorologist tim williams tells us that they will return. >> and it's the ultimate block party. we will tell you all about it in just a few. eyewitness news is second subway. same neck of this is wjz tv, wjz hd. >> from the city to the county to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's new station. >> good morning. welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. >> i'm tim williams. temperatures are in the 40s across the state. it's a pretty cold start to the day. it's a pretty cloudy start. has showers roll through here yesterday. fortunately, most of them are late. didn't interfere with the plant today. we have a few light scattered showers around the region. that's going to be the case throughout the day. that's going to be the order. the clubs will stay with us, the temperatures in the cool spot. 46 degrees, 49 ocean city, 34 in oakland where light snow showers fell last night. with the low move out
'll continue to keep you posted. >>> all right, thank you, tim. stay with us for the latest on the storm. your first warning weather team will have up to the minute forecast on wjz-13 and wjz.com. >>> a baltimore city sheriff's deputy on his way to work was attacked and he opened fire on his attacker. denise koch has more. >> reporter: the baltimore city sheriff's office has one way to describe the attacks on their own. >> we've never seen anything like this. >> reporter: the deputy was at a stoplight in walter avenue in north east baltimore, he was going to work and the passenger door opens and a man with a knife jumps in. the department spokeswoman says without word or warning, he attacked. >> it speaks to the level of uncertainty. >> reporter: he fired and struck the 36-year-old in the arm. >> we say, when you wear the uniform, you have to be alert. never for get your training you're provided with. you may have to revert to it. >> reporter: denise koch, wjz, eyewitness news. >> and he was not seriously injured. the investigators are trying to find out why he was attacked. >>> and there's no
of rome as protests turned violent. some torched cars and smashed bank windows as riot police used tear gas to keep control. but thousands of others rallied peacefully. demonstrators across europe joined the u.s. occupy movement in a day of global protest. they marched against what they call corporate greed. he says people are suffering from the power of banks. in greece, people vented more of the financial theory they felt from march as the cash trapped 70 fields that crisis and promises the website will launch a campaign against financial institutions. >> british police stood guard here where organizers were hoping for tens of thousands of protesters him about the numbers were much smaller. >> demonstrators wanted to occupy the london stock exchange, but police told them that. global painting and said they are hoping for nonviolent demonstrations in more than 900 cities around the world by days end. protesters in hong kong, manila, and tokyo had the same message. >> most of the day's protests were peaceful, but it seemed the larger the country's debt, the louder the crowd. tina krause
years of battle, thousands of u.s. troops are leaving iraq for good. >> today, i is say that our troops in iraq will definitely be home for the holidays. >> reporter: president barack obama made the announcement today, saying that he would honor a 2008 agreement to withdraw by 2011. >> we will build our own. >> reporter: since the war started, 87 troops have been killed in iraq. >> we are hoping that all of the hard work that we did will continue. >> reporter: colonel sean casey knows what a troop withdrawal means for family. like the palmars. >> it is hard. >> palmar joined dozens of family at bwi airport as dozens of troops came home. >> we have been waiting and waiting for this day. >> reporter: the staff sergeant palmar has been gone for a year, this fourth deploym. >> my brother is on his way home. >> he is hoping that other troops get home, too. >> reporter: president barack obama is saying that he plans to cut down on the number of deployments so troops can get back to training. eyewitness news. >> thank you. >>> the war in iraq has been very costly, almost 45-hour americans
"eyewitness news." >>> >> court reports re-- records reveal he had a history of drug use. >>> elsewhere john leopold may be look for a new job -- looking for a new job. he says he is considering a run for state office in 2014 either for governor or state comptroller. police cal experts say his personal issues could be a challenge -- political experts say his personal issues could be a challenge. >>> it is a piece of baltimorehistory and advocates say it's on the verge of closing for more. andrea fujii has more on the effort to save edgar allen poe's home. >> reporter: nearly 5,000 people visit the house every year. but its time is running out. on the anniversary of edgar allen poe's death his fans are hoping to prevent another tragedy the closing of his baltimore home on amity street. >> he lived there for three years and wrote very important stories there. >> reporter: it's been open to the public as a museum since 1949. but last year, the city was forced to cut its funding. right now it sur -- it is surviving on donations and cay stay open until june 2012 but after that the future is uncer
about how much we got in the area and how it will impact us for the last few days. we will have the first morning forecast. >> thank you, tim. >> it made quite an impact. this is what it looked like for people in frederick county. wet snow piled up on roads and highways. and it built up on frees and leaves. >> they had to break out the snow brushes to dust off their cars. they opted to stay close to home not to deal with the slushy roads. we have more on how they handled the wintery mess. >> our crews have been all over maryland and they are saying the same thing. they are not ready to about see the mess it brat al look. especially on the roads. it is trumped by signs of winter. it is nearly two months away. they are shocked to see the unseasonable saturday snowfall. >> it is winter wonderland. >> last time we saw snow this early was in 1979, the most accumulation in october fell in 1925. >> never. never. i remember a lot of rain on halloween. i don't remember snow at all. >> did you think you would be clearing snow off your car in october. >> no, its the the first time i rememb
, but a very comfortable day. two areas that bring us rain by the middle of the week, this one from the west approaching. we start to see the clouds from this one tuesday into wednesday. this is a strong disturbance around florida extending from cuba into the panhandle. that is going to start to move in. all that moisture was expected to turn into a tropical storm but it never got organized. as you see, even the clouds move into the carolinas. it's going to start pulling some of that moisture into our region by the beginning of the week. temperatures stay warm, but do not rule out a shower or so before the week is out. we cannot rule that out. it's a big system with a lot of rain. the sunset today is at 6:36. we are looking at west winds. we will call it 80 degrees. tonight is going down to around 50 with clear conditions. tomorrow is 82 degrees. look for high clouds but very pleasant. 75 on tuesday. temperatures drop highly. 68 to 69 for wednesday, thursday, and friday. >> still to come read a chilling confession. police say a woman admits to brutally attacking her grandchild. the details a
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